I've been attempting to install drupal console for the first time ever. I was looking for a means of creating boiler plate modules, blocks etc.
My issue is when I have finished the installation process, the following list of functions seems incomplete according to everything I have read online. Incomplete because there is only one generate function and nothing to generate blocks, modules etc:
Available commands: about Displays basic information about Drupal Console project chain Chain command execution check System requirement checker exec Execute an external command. help Displays help for a command init Copy configuration files. list Lists all available commands server (serve,rs) Runs PHP built-in web server database database:add (dba) Add a database to settings.php database:client (dbc) Launch a DB client if it's available database:connect (dbco,sqlc) Shows DB connection database:query (dbq,sqlq) Executes a SQL statement directly as argument database:restore (dbr) Restore structure and contents of a database. debug debug:chain (dch) List available chain files. debug:dotenv Debug Dotenv debug values. debug:settings (dse) List user Drupal Console settings. debug:site (dsi) List all known local and remote sites. debug:update:composer (duc) Displays current updates available from the composer file develop develop:contribute Download Drupal + Drupal Console to contribute. docker docker:init Create a docker-compose.yml file dotenv dotenv:init Add support and required config to work with an .env file generate generate:site:alias (gsa) Generates a site alias. quick quick:start Download, install and serve a new Drupal project settings settings:set Change a specific setting value in DrupalConsole config file site site:install (si) Install a Drupal project site:new Download a new Drupal project
I used the following command:
sudo composer global require drupal/console:@stable
Can anyone pleas advice me on how I can get a more complete list of functions?
I don't know if this error showing as the first output when drupal is executed in my terminal, has anything to do with my issue:
[ERROR] Class Drupal\Core\DrupalKernel does not exist.
So far my attempts to google that error have turned up no solutions.